Is it stuck on or just floating? If just floating I would do a few flush & rinse cycles, maybe slouch a little vinegar around for safe measure. If stuck on I would probally take it somewhere like a radiator shop and let them clean it.
Sounds like a good plan to me.if the tank is out just keep sloshing and dumping it, pour your gas through and old tshirt to filter it and keep re-using it a few times until you get the chunks out, then flush it good with acetone, lacquer thinnner, or denatured alcohol. One last flush with a little fresh gas and let dry. Make sure you have a good quality filter and check it often for the next tank of fuel. Add an additive to EVERY tank, Marine Stabil or some equivalent. Regardless of whether you use ethanol blend or non, it is all junk with a short storage life now because of the changes in the blending and additives. Use a cleaner every other tank like Seafoam, or I even add a few caps to every tank and a good mix per instructions every 2 or 3 tanks depending on use.
They need to put the lead back in it.It aint goin to make a whole lot of difference. All gas is crap these days. I wouldn't fill a tank until I was getting ready to hit the water.
They don't. Do a little research. Decrease in leaded gasoline has reduced violent crime world wide. The NRA would like you to believe the concealed carry laws did it but that doesn't explain reduction in countries without concealed carry....They need to put the lead back in it.
Researching now...They don't. Do a little research. Decrease in leaded gasoline has reduced violent crime world wide. The NRA would like you to believe the concealed carry laws did it but that doesn't explain reduction in countries without concealed carry....
Ok, so yes, lead in itself can affect someones physiology but leaded gasoline being unleaded now has caused violent crimes to decrease? I don't think so. Besides, if anything, violent crimes are on the rise